I would argue that we live in an era of unprecedented sensibility when it comes to thinking about the future. More schools, organizations and communities now seriously rethink how they want their future to look and feel. More people doubt the adequacy of our historical sense of the future. While some people cling tirelessly and defensively to past versions of the future, more seem called to reinvent it.
This calls for new sets of questions, narratives and skillsets. Learning in this context becomes the prime competency for striving and thriving.